the_greeze

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  1. Correct! Quote is about eleven seconds in... Over to you Sir...
  2. Hmm, looks like you may need a clue (which is pretty difficult without giving it away entirely). Anyway , here goes: It was revolutionary in its day, with unparalleled graphics and sound. Also (as a side-note, which won't help you whatsoever(!)), back in the day I was the first kid to complete this on 'Hard' at my local arade. Drew quite a crowd, I can tell you!
  3. Again, sorry but no.
  4. Nope, sorry.
  5. Sweet, thanks for the star! Here you are then... "Earthlings must surrender to me!"
  6. Sounds like 'Ridge Racer' ???
  7. Same issue for me too; it'll get fixed soon enough, I have no doubt. In the meantime, I can just unplug the network cable...
  8. Carrie Fisher joins the ranks of celebs who have died this year. Sad times indeed. RIP Princess Leia F**k you 2016, go eat a bag of dicks.
  9. Yep, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all...
  10. Stigzler's correct! Party on dudes...
  11. Okay then, here's your next one... "Follow me". Clue 1: PS One game
  12. "Beach Head" ???
  13. Sorted it. Running from the command line, the ROMs need to be in the root directory of Supermodel itself.
  14. Hi all, I'm trying to get Supermodel to work via the command line (before attempting to implement it into GameEx) but I cannot get it to load ROMs. It works fine if I use the Supermodel Loader executable. I am using Daytona 2 as an example. Loads fine from Supermodel Loader but not from the command line. Please see attached error message. Can anyone please advise? Thanks.